Non immigrant VISAs with USTravelDocs.com
Here below an explanation and some useful information related to VISA requests using the VISA service by ustraveldocs.com.
Customer support representatives may be reached by visiting the visa information page or by using the information provided below:
• Send an email to email@example.com.
This is the most efficient method of contacting. We respond to every email within three business days. Complicated requests may take longer on rare occasions.
- (91-120) 4844644, (91-22) 62011000 and 1-703-520-2239 are the phone numbers to reach (for all calls from the United States)
Booking visa appointments online is the only way to do so. Requests for appointments through email are not accepted.
UStraveldocs exclusively accepts online appointments for emergency visa appointments.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page has a lot of useful information, so please spend a few minutes studying it. Email at: firstname.lastname@example.org if you can’t find the solution to your inquiry on ustraveldocs.com website.
Processing in the office:
The 221(g) letter you got will provide you with specific directions to take if your case is currently being processed by the appropriate administrative agency. You may keep track of your application’s development through the Internet. If the Consulate can take further action in your case, we’ll let you know as soon as possible.
An application review may take 60-90 days, and we will not answer questions about cases that have been pending for fewer than 60 days. Please be aware of this before you submit your application.
The Immigration and Nationality Act’s Section 214(b) (INA)
Section 214(b) of the INA requires all visa applicants to prove that they have adequate professional, economic, and social connections to ensure their departure after a restricted stay in the United States and that they intend to comply with the requirements of the visa class.
In certain situations, there is no avenue for a review or a waiver. You may reapply for a visa online at https://www.ustraveldocs.com/in/en if you were denied a visa under section 214(b). Emails requesting information on 214(b) refusals will not be responded to.
The MRV fee should not be paid by visa applicants in the no-cost category. It is not refundable but may be used to book an appointment for the same applicant with any other visa class of the same amount, within one year after payment, if the MRV money was paid by mistake
Note: Please send a visa note/diplomatic note with the names of the applicants along with their passport numbers for A-1, A-2, G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4 visas.
- visa note/diplomatic note, signed by both employee and employer, and employment contract signed by both parties Please also provide the names and passport numbers of the applicants.
- J-1 visa – No cost category – – The Form DS-2019, Certificate of Eligibility for Exchange Visitor (J-1) Status, has a program serial number that starts with the prefix G-1, G-2, G-3, or G-7. The MRV processing fee must be paid by all U.S. Government-funded applicants.
- Passport holders with diplomatic passports asking for a B-1 or B-2 visa (Please send the visa/diplomatic note and indicate the names of the applicants along with their passport numbers).
- Schedule a group meeting for the P and O Visa Program (Please enclose the copy of the I-797 petition and mention the names of the applicants along with their passport numbers).
- U-visa Enclosed is a copy of the I-797 petition, together with the names and passport numbers of the applicants.
- Appointments to get T visa fingerprints taken.
- Requests for candidates to be escorted who are blind or in a wheelchair.
Information on How to Reach an Embassy or Consulate
Support-India@ustraveldocs.com is the best place to send most visa-related questions. Section 222(f) of the INA permits the sending of secret documents, judicial decisions, and other information to the following e-mail address. You should be aware that emails addressed to this address will go unanswered. Please contact us at email@example.com for any non-urgent questions.